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Thread: Desperate try

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    Desperate try

    Okok, this is a desperate try, just to ensure that I REALLY need some hint from Andrea
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    Umberto

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    uuderzo, i've never seen any of flying saucer, but this is gorgeous... i do not know how to help... sorry...maybe when you get into the garden painting... i might be able to help then...

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    I really like, this painting very good, indeed.

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    Lol, Uderzo, I guess we all could learn a lot from Andrea.
    But you are the one who's doing something about it perhaps he will comment in and maybe I can also pick up a few tips

    Good feeling of speed in this one.
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    I can see the attempt to create the blur scene, nice work
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    It is not bad at all Uuderzo! With some fixes here and there it could turn out to be quite a nice painting

    The lower part of the picture has some wonderfully textured strokes, you should remember how you got em and use em more often, they are beautiful -- this is basically what I'm doing since I started wanting to learn ArtRage, I keep doing tests and when I like something I try to understand how to reproduce it.

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    Thank you Andrea, I feel encouraged. Maybe I'll keep on this try after all. I remember the way I made the lower part. It's a matter of paint roller taps for the trunks and knife strokes for the leaves, with some crayon on an high roughness canvas.

    Anyway, your way to carve shapes is stunning. Kudos.
    Umberto

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    I too am a fan of Andrea's fabulous loose style. I think you've made great strides towards that look and feel with this piece Uuderzo
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    A unique style that I don't have. I like this painting, what a freedom!

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